Tag Archives: BlogTalkRadio’s Dinner Specials

Vinny ‘Big Pussy’ Pastore: No ‘Sopranos’ Movie — ‘It’s Time to Move On’

So much for those rumors of a big-screen version of The Sopranos—at least according to Vinny Pastore.

Interviewed on Dinner Specials, the actor who played Salvatore “Big Pussy” Bonpensiero on the hit HBO series chats about bringing the surviving cast members back.

CAPTION: "I'm very happy. I gotta good life. My daughter just got married," Vinny (above) tells us.

"I'm very happy. I gotta good life. My daughter just got married," Vinny (above) tells us.

When hosts May Pang and Cynthia Neilson ask, “Any chance there’s gonna be a Sopranos movie?” Vinnie says:

“I don’t think so. Michael [Imperioli, who played Christopher Moltisanti] and I were talkin’ about that today. I think it’s over and it’s time to move on.

“I mean, they always wanted The Beatles to get back together, right? You move on. You do other things.

“I just did a pilot last week down in the city, with Cha-Cha [John Ciarcia, who played Albie Cianflone on The Sopranos], called Holy Meatballs!. It had Judy Gold in it. And Pat Cooper and Jackie Martling. Continue reading

Julian Lennon’s Lonely Hearts Club

Julian Lennon has said goodbye to fiancée Lucy Bayliss.

May Pang—who dated Julian’s dad, John Lennon, during the late Beatle’s so-called “lost weekend” in the late ’70s—reveals that Julian is not only single, but has scant romantic prospects on the horizon.

Julian: Too late for hellos?

Julian: Too early for new hellos?

Dishing on Dinner Specials, her new BlogTalkRadio show launched Oct. 9 to coincide with what would have been John’s 69th birthday, May tells fellow rock princesses Chris O’Dell, author of the new book Miss O’Dell: My Hard Days and Long Nights with the Beatles, the Stones, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, and the Women They Loved, Nancy Lee Andrews, author of A Dose of Rock ‘n’ Roll, and Tina Firestone: Continue reading

Happy Birthday, John Lennon! (with Love, May Pang and Pals)

CAPTION: A day in their life: May with John in the late '70s.

A day in their life: May with John in the late '70s.

Had he not been senselessly gunned down 29 years ago, John Lennon would have turned 69 today—though he’ll always be immortal in the hearts and minds of fans across the universe.

So to celebrate the Beatle’s music and spirit, his ladylove, May Pang, is launching her weekly BlogTalkRadio Continue reading